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Synopsis (Dream Therapy 3)
Dream Therapy 3 begins just before the events of the first two chapters, but is meant as a standalone sequel to the series that will further the original story.
In this game, you will assume the point of view of a psychiatry intern working at the Mental Health Division of Drake Pharma. There, a revolutionary technology is being developed, which allows for the transfer of unconscious minds as a way to improve behavioral therapy.
However, things rapidly degenerate when your supervisor, Dr. Kumiko Tamura, goes missing. You find yourself forced to enter the Dream World as you are plunged into a web of intrigues blending reality and fiction.
Life is easy when one is engaged to the heir of the Drake family, a renowned socialite and likely successor at the head of the family’s pharmaceutical empire.
However, your future mother-in-law believes that you currently lack the necessary skills to become a good spouse.
Thus, she has scheduled you for an appointment with Dr. Kumiko Tamura, a renowned psychiatrist and specialist of behavioral psychology.
Hopefully, this expert will be able to confirm that you are indeed a worthy person to marry.
You can expect to see a wide amount of sexual content in this game, with a particular focus on sexual service (with women and men), subconscious influences and behavior modification (light BDSM included).
The game is mostly shown from the point of view of the one being controlled (POV of either gender / Third-person female avatar), and heavily weighs toward submissive fantasies.
You may elect to play the game as a man or woman, and your name may be customized for a better immersion, if you wish so.
Dream Therapy is a Sci-fi visual novel, and its lore is inspired by the Inception movie.
It aims to provide an arousing setting in which the player may privately enjoy submissive fantasies, as he/she gets influenced by other characters.
Dream Therapy 3:
- v0.3: Initial Version.
Dream Therapy 2: